Scotty Raymond Obituary, Death – Scotty J. Raymond, age 17, from Jackson Township, Pennsylvania, passed suddenly as a consequence of injuries sustained in an accident on the evening of Wednesday, April 12, 2023 at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono, which is located in East Stroudsburg. On March 25, 2006, he was born in Bethlehem, and he has spent the entirety of his childhood in the Monroe County region. His birth took place in Bethlehem. When Scotty was a junior at Pocono Mountain East High School, he competed for the school’s wrestling team. In addition, he attended Monroe Career & Technical Institute (MCTI). He found the most joy in activities such as snowmobiling, riding dirt bikes and mountain bikes, swimming, boating, four-wheeling, working on farms, and pretty much anything else that required him to use a motor.
In every sense of the word, Scotty exemplified the concept of an entrepreneur, and he had successfully established his own lawn care business. His cutting wit and understated sarcasm had the power to put a smile on anyone’s face, and as a result, he was cherished by each and every person on the planet. The only things in life that he truly disliked with a deep dislike were meals that contained red sauce, his mother’s tendency of hoarding furniture, and any type of celebration attention that was centered on him. In other words, he hated everything. The passing of Scotty has created a huge hole in everyone of our hearts, but it is our sincere desire that the great memories we enjoyed with him will continue to live on in the hearts of everyone who knew and loved him.
Both of his parents, his biological mother Christina (Brady) and his stepfather Jason Wile, call Jackson Township home.
The town of Stroudsburg is home to both his biological father, Scott C. Raymond, and his stepmother, Emily Raymond. He is also survived by his three siblings, Maci, Abby, and Declyn Raymond, who were his closest friends, as well as his much-loved dog, Ivy, and a vast number of other members of his extended family. Maci, Abby, and Declyn Raymond are all members of his extended family. At the William H. Clark Funeral Home in Stroudsburg, situated at 1003 Main Street, on Tuesday, April 18, there will be a visiting open to the public for friends and family from three in the afternoon until six in the evening. The visitation will take place on Tuesday. Immediately following the viewing, there will be a private service, which will be officiated by Pastor Jon Schwartz.